Efforts like the bid to boycott Israeli products at Park Slope Food Coop will gain traction because of Netanyahu’s policies, says Peter Beinart.
In just a few days, hordes of eco-minded and highly-political food shoppers will bear down on Brooklyn Tech's 3,000-seat auditorium for the latest installment of a three-year-long Israeli boycott campaign that has engulfed the Park ... Read Post
Tougher than the vote on banning bottled water. After taking a close look at the debate at the Park Slope Food Coop over its latest possible boycott of all foods imported from Israel, the Observer turns to "world leader" (and Brookl... Read Post
Members of the Park Slope Food Coop are in Fort Greene’s Brooklyn Technical HS tonight to debate whether to hold a full-membership vote on boycotting products imported from Israel. Hundreds of members of the Park Slope Food Coop are... Read Post